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1.  The Dog-Gone Affair

September 13, 1966

On an island near Greece, UNCLE Agent, Mark Slate watches as a Thrush agent tests a new drug by spraying it on some partying villagers. The drug slows them to half speed. If the drug is unleashed on the world, ecomonic chaos would ensue. The only known antidote is on its way to the Island via commercial flight ... on the fleas of a dachsund accompanied by UNCLE Agent, April Dancer.

Director: Barry Shear Writer: Tony Barrett

Guest starring: Allen Jaffe, Susan Brown, Beth Brickell, Jan Arvan, Luciana Paluzzi, Marcel Hillaire, Kurt Kazner

2.  The Prisoner of Zalamar Affair

September 20, 1966

Zalamar is a tiny but very important Arabian State. Mark is there to protect it's ruler, Ali Hassen, after rumors of trouble. Unfortunately, Mark is unsuccessful. Ali Hassen succumbs to poisoned popcorn and his daughter, Fatima, who is next in line to rule, is kidnapped. April, a dead ringer for Fatima, is sent to Zalamar to impersonate Fatima until she can be found and released from her captors.

Director: Herschel Daugherty Writer: Max Hodge

Guest starring: Richard Hale, Vincent Beeck, Henry Calvin, Jason Wingreen, Rafael Campos, John Gabriel, Abraham Sofaer, Brenda Benet, Michael Ansara

3.  The Mother Muffin Affair

September 27, 1966

UNCLE Agent Napoleon Solo is in London with April where they are to pick up instructions in the form of a half-penny in a beggar's cap. Unfortunately, Solo was followed from the airport by Mother Muffin, an elderly lady who leads a group of assassins bent on retrieving the half-penny first.

Director: Sherman Marks Writer: Joseph Calvelli

Guest starring: Richard Peel, Charles Dierkop, William Tuttle, Mitzie Evans, Arthur Malet, Mary Esther Denver, Bruce Gordon, Bernard Fox, Robert Vaughn, Boris Karloff

4.  The Mata Hari Affair

October 4, 1966

Someone is after belly dancer Mata Hurens, who has a message for Mr. Waverly. She boards a train for London as does April who is trying to see to her safe arrival. However, a bomb has been planted on the tracks. The train derails and many are killed, including Mata Hurens. April survives and is determined to find the murderer. By impersonating the dead bellydancer, April hopes the killer, thinking he's failed will make another attempt. Then, April and Mark can capture him.

Director: Joseph Sargent Writer: Sameul A. Peeples

Guest starring: Leslie Dean, David Watson, David Hurst, Christopher Cary, Edward Mulhare

5.  The Montori Device Affair

October 11, 1966

UNCLE headquarters in Rome is raided by Thrush agents who swipe a small, jewel-like device called a Montori. The Montori allows UNCLE agents to listen in on any UNCLE channels, even scrambled ones. Waverly orders all communications at UNCLE to cease until the device is recovered. With six world leaders coming together for a top-secret conference, Waverly believes Thrush intends to create chaos at the meeting. Without communications, Waverly is unable to warn the world leaders of the probable danger. April and Mark must find the device.

Director: John Brahm Writer: Boris Sobelman

Guest starring: Lyn Peters, Jackie Mitchell, Gabrielle Herrera, Vince Ali, Alfred Shelly, Norbert Siegfried, Roger Til, Ivor Barry, Randy Whipple, William Edmonson, Linda Watkins, Lisa Loring, John Carradine, Dee Hartford, Edward Andrews

6.  The Horns-of-the-Dilemma Affair

October 18, 1966

Mexican millionaire and bullfight aficionado, DeSada, is head of Thrush:Central America. In an effort to gain control of Project Gamma, a rocket transport capable of 5,000 mph, he has kidnapped the three men who have created it. Meanwhile, his own scientist has develped a machine capable draining a brain of all its knowledge and transfering to a computer tape. April has made contact through one of DeSada's helpers, a famous matador. Mark takes on the persona of a bullfight critic to aid April in freeing the three kidnap victims.

Director: John Brahm Writer: Tony Barrett

Guest starring: Noel de Souza, Thordis Brandt, David Sharpe, Martin Kosleck, Charles H. Radilak, Tony Davis, Sandra Sullivan, Harold Dyrenforth, Peter Mamakos, Alejandro Rey, Fernando Lamas

7.  The Danish Blue Affair

October 25, 1966

Mark and April are sent to Denmark to rescue Stanley Umlaut who has been kidnapped by Thrush. Stanley, unknowingly, has eaten a piece of Danish blue cheese that contains a microdot hidden by Thrush agents.

Director: Mitchell Leisen Writer: Arthur Weingarten

Guest starring: John MacNusson, Walter Janowitz, Patrick Campbell, Carl Carlsson, Burt Brandon, Ernest Sarracino, Fritz Feld, Ivan Triesault, Mark de Vries, Cindy Taylor, Virginia Gregg, William Bramley, Lloyd Bochner, Dom De Louise

8.  The Garden of Evil Affair

November 1, 1966

A doctor developes a serum that is able to transfer the mind of a dead person into the brain of one of his descendants. The doctor is murdered by members of a cult who kill by scratching their victims. The Cambodyses cult are fed small amounts of poison on a daily basis until they are immune to its affects. However, it renders their finger nails deadly weapons. The cult, Thrush, and UNCLE want the serum and the doctor's granddaughter.

Writer: John O'Dea / Arthur Rowe

9.  The Atlantis Affair

November 15, 1966

April and Mark are looking for Professor Antrum who has been searching for Atlantis. Rumors indicate that crystals able to concentrate the power of the sun into a beam more powerful than a laser are hidden at the entrance to Atlantis. According to a cryptogram that entrance is on the property of an eccentric name LeGallows. Antrum is kidnapped by Thrush and recovered by UNCLE only to be re-kidnapped along with April and Mark.

Writer: Richard Matheson

10.  The Paradise Lost Affair

November 15, 1966

Thrush is determined to crush the economies of the countries bordering the Pacific by creating new submarine smuggling lanes. They finish laying out the plans on a ship in the South Pacific. Mark swipes the plans and instigates a mutiny. April and Mark are forced to abandon ship and the plans are lost. April washes up on a tiny Island and is captured by the ruler. Mark to the rescue! Unfortunately, the ship's captain also survives the wreck and washes up on the island.

Writer: John O'Dea / Arthur Rowe

11.  The Lethal Eagle Affair

November 29, 1966

April is tied atop a car being attacked by an eagle as part of an experiment by a retired Thrush agent, Gita Vlander. From inside Gita, Thrush agent Egon, and Gita's scientist watch. The scientist has a molecular reorganizer and aims it at the eagle. The eagle vanishes and turns up in a cage behind Egon. Gita assures him it works on people, too.

Writer: Robert Hill

12.  The Romany Lie Affair

December 6, 1966

The owner of Circus Sadvaricci returns to his circus after a financial killing and is confronted by the Countess who knows he has caused her financial ruin. Sadvaricci kills and buries her when she threatens to expose him for stock market manipulation, enter UNCLE. April goes under cover in his circus as an aerialist.

Writer: Tony Barrett

13.  The Little John Doe Affair

December 6, 1966

A big time gambler, Joey Celeste, has contacted UNCLE with an offer to inform on his bosses. April is sent to Italy to escort him to UNCLE headquarters. However, his old bosses have learned of his intention. They hire a notorius hitman who has never failed to miss his mark to eliminate Celeste.

Writer: Joseph Calvelli

Guest starring: Pernell Roberts, Wally Cox

14.  The Jewels of Topango Affair

December 20, 1966

April is lured off and drugged in an African airport where she his waiting for Mark. When she recovers, Mark is gone. April is sent to Topango to stop a plot that includes killing the King and stealing the country's diamonds.

Writer: Berne Giler

Guest starring: Leslie Uggams

15.  The Faustus Affair

December 27, 1966

Professor Quantum has created a seemingly useless machine that extracts the color out of everything in it's wake. A stranger, however, offers the Professor anything he wants in exchange for the Light Variator. April, posing as a lab assistant, has been sent to keep an eye on Quantum and he has fallen in love with her. The professor decides that what he really wants is his "lab assistant" and he's willing to turn over the machine if his wish is granted.

Writer: Jerry McNeely

Guest starring: Raymond Massey, Tom Bosley, Carol Wayne

16.  The U.F.O. Affair

January 3, 1967

A crime syndicate learns that it is being investigated by April. The boss, Dossetti, orders her killed but one of his men finds her appealing and kidnaps her to be part of his harem. The syndicate intends to create a diversion with a UFO and to raid the Royal Palace.

Writer: Warren Duff

17.  The Moulin Ruse Affair

January 17, 1967

UNCLE has received information on an attack by Dr. Vladimir Toulouse. He has created a pill that gives superhuman strength to anyone who takes it and has threatened to unleash a superhuman army unless a ransome is paid.

Writer: Jay Simms / Fred Eggers

Guest starring: Shelley Berman, Yvonne de Carlo

18.  The Catacomb and Dogma Affair

January 24, 1967

April and Mark are in Venice to capture Horsch, a top-ranking crook. April manages to grab him and the three set off for the Yugoslavian border. When border guards board the train on which they are passengers, Horsch escapes. April gives chase, following him to a villa where she is captured and drugged. Meantime, Mark is trying to trace April and they eventually uncover a plot to loot the Vatican.

Writer: Warren Duff

19.  The Drublegratz Affair

January 31, 1967

The King of Drublegratz is dying. The heirs to the throne are his three sons, but THRUSH wants to take over the country. They send Dr. Igor Gork with his sound projector. As one of the sons drives across a bridge, Dr. Gork uses the projector to destroy it. April and Mark are sent to prevent any further deaths in the Royal Family.

Director: Mitchell Leisen Writer: Boris Sobelman

Guest starring: Patricia Barry, The Daily Flash, Vito Scotti, Christopher Held

20.  The Fountain of Youth Affair

February 7, 1967

Mark and April arrange to meet an informant who claims a politically important woman is in danger at Rejuvena Isle. However, two killers with an odd gun shoot her first. When Mark and April arrive, the informant is dead, having expired from old age though a very young woman. It is discovered that Baroness Blangstead offers the fountain of youth, her wonder drug, to those who can pay her price: Official Secrets.

Writer: Robert Bloch / Richard DeRoy

21.  The Carpathian Killer Affair

February 14, 1967

Thrush Agent Mother Magda is plotting the elimination of world leaders and planning to replace them with exact doubles. Mark loses the tape with all the details as to how it will be done. April and Mark must recover it immediately.

Director: Barry Shear Writer: Arthur Weingarten

Guest starring: Ann Sothern

22.  The Furnace Flats Affair

February 21, 1967

The Utter Anguish Gold Mine is up for grabs when the owner dies. The mine contains a huge vein of Triterian crystals that can be used to make death beams from laser light. Thrush and UNCLE are VERY interested in acquiring the mine.

Director: Barry Shear Writer: Archie L. Tegland

Guest starring: Peggy Lee, Ruth Roman, Susan Browning

23.  The Low Blue C Affair

February 28, 1967

A retired gangster from Chicago is second in line to rule a small Mediterranean country. He assassinates the Duke leaving only one person in his way, Major Stella who is currently saving souls in London. Mark and April are sent to persuade her to save her country.

Writer: David Giler / Berne Giler

24.  The Petit Prix Affair

March 7, 1967

A French School for Civil Administrators always plans a commando exercise for its graduating students. Waverly knows that there is some kind of hijack being planned so he sends April and Mark to investigate.

Writer: Robert Hill

25.  The Phi Beta Killer Affair

March 14, 1967

A French School for Civil Administrators always plans a commando exercise for its graduating students. Waverly knows that there is some kind of hijack being planned so he sends April and Mark to investigate.

Writer: Jackson Gillis

26.  The Double-O-Nothing Affair

March 21, 1967

Thrush has developed a new mobile force that enable them to disrupt UNCLE operations. Mark infiltrates the group and tapes their transmissions. He makes his getaway, hides the tape in his rented car, and contacts April but he is shot in the leg. The car and tape are stolen by a man who overhears his transmission to April. Mark is taken off the case; April is assigned the case.

Director: John Brahm Writer: Dean Hargrove

Guest starring: Edward Asner

27.  The U.N.C.L.E. Samurai Affair

March 28, 1967

Waverly believes that a Japanese war criminal is active again. Mark and April go to Hawaii to investigate their only lead, his sister. When their informant is killed, it's obvious to Mark and to April that the sister is involved.

Writer: Tony Barrett

28.  The High and the Deadly Affair

March 28, 1967

April poses as an airline stewardess; Mark is disguised as a big game hunter. Both are on board a plane carrying a number of scientists to a Council of World Scientists meeting. One doctor aboard has developed a substance that, carried by harmless birds, can cause slow death to humans. Also on the same flight is the doctor who has developed the antidote. Waverly fears a confrontation between the two hence April and Mark on the scene.

Writer: Jameson Brewer

29.  The Kooky Spook Affair

April 11, 1967

Mark inherits a home in England. April, who is key witness against a Thrush Agent, has been threatened. Waverly suggests April stay with Mark until the trial. Unfortunately, a plot is afoot to kill Mark so that the stately home can be inherited by another relative.

Director: Richard C. Bennett Writer: John O'Dea / Arthur Rowe

Guest starring: Estelle Winwood


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